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"Stacks and Internal Parts of Stables"
This is an original 1807 black and white copper engraving of the common method of placing racks and mangers in horse stables (fig. 1), the position of the racks away from the wall (fig. 2), a front view of the rack and seed box (figs. 3 and 4), the position of the racks when placed at angles without niches (fig. 5), the shape of the racks with angles (fig. 6), the way of repairing windows or shutters (figs. 7 and 8), a feed hopper or box (fig. 9), a horse stall (fig. 10), a cross-section of a horse stall (fig. 11), a stall drain (fig. 12), a shelving leaf below the troughs (figs. 13 and 14), the racks and stalls that were built by a Mr. Cooper (figs. 15 and 16), the front view of a stall inside an improved stable (fig. 17), a side view of a stall inside an improved stable (fig. 18), a ground plan of the horse stalls (fig. 19), an oblong shaped corn stack (fig. 20), a circular corn stack (fig. 21), a grain stack (fig. 22), and a hay stack (fig. 23).
This 206+ year old Item is rated Very Fine +. Light foxing and aging. Moderate wrinkling. Moderate scuffing.
Period Paper is excited to present the second collection of copper engravings from 1807 of antique farm machinery, livestock, farm buildings, and land management practices from the early 19th century. To continue "plowing" through this rare collection, simply click on the link provided beneath the condition paragraph. Enjoy!
Reproductive art by J. Davis.
Keywords specific to this image: Agriculture, Equestrian